Disco Biscuits Side Projects Live at Wetlands Preserve on 2000-04-08
1: Tension (1), Grass is Green (1), Triumph (1) -> Home (1), No Matter (1), (Intermission), Freedom (1), Humuhumunukunukuapua'a (1), Home Again (1), Ulua (1), Kamaole Sands (1)
2: Gratitude (1,2) -> M.E.M.P.H.I.S. (2,3) -> Little Lai (3,4), The Chicken (3,4,5)
E: M'Kay (1)
Collection DiscoBiscuitsSideProjectsBand/Artist Disco Biscuits Side ProjectsVenue Wetlands PreserveLocation New York, NYSource Unknown AUDLineage DAT -> SHN -> WAV* -> FLAC(8)* -> Media Tagger*Taped by Transferred by Shannon Plaquet -> Dave Cooke
(1) First time played.
(2) With Carol Wade on vocals.
(3) With Aron Magner on keyboards.
(4) With Jon Gutwillig on guitar.
(5) With Terryston 'T.K.' Kyan from Foxtrot Zulu on saxophone.
The Maui Project is:
Marc Brownstein (bass, vox)
Jamie Shields (keys)
DJ Stitch (turntables)
Max Delaney (guitar)
Dave Hoffman (drums)
Paulie Herron (percussion)
Pepper and Laurita (backup vox)
All songs are written by Marc Brownstein except Gratitude (Beastie Boys), The Chicken (Jaco Pastorius), and M'Kay (Trey Parker/Matt Stone).
October 26, 2005
First GIG is nasty
I have heard this show before, but not in a very long time and I almost forgot how sick the first Grass is Green is. So nasty. The rest of the show is pretty good too, but damn the GIG is the best part of the show.
Good sound quality too.
September 18, 2005
another party at wetlands
groundbreaking or not, this sounded like it was a
great night in the big apple, very intimate and
fun and funky and extremely exploratory, some songs are 20 minutes or longer! this show makes
you feel like you're in a room full of friends,
everybody groovin' and smilin' and isn't that why
we all love this scene so much? oh yeah, SOUND
QUALITY IS SPECTACULAR, it will make you wish all
the archive sounded so good. worth a listen...
August 15, 2005
Pretty loose, kinda interesting, but not that good
Nothing groundbreaking here, besides the debuts of some cool songs. Most are not the best versions, however thats to be expected as this was a peroid of turmoil. Sort of fun to hear. Oh yea, the female vocals are horrible! The tail end of the show is a little better. I Love Brownstein!!! ( just to balance the bad vibes )